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  • SecurityBarbie
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    Re: What are the Top 5 BT3 programs to learn?

    I thought this might be a good place to ask this... but anyone have luck with Karma and the wireless drivers on the MBP's?

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  • DaKahuna
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    Originally posted by xor View Post
    So you liked it a lot? I want to take both. Was it you who introduced me to the trainer at Defcon; I forget.
    Yes, I liked the WiFu course.

    I introduced you to ziplock, who manages their lab and oversee's the Certification exam's. Muts and loganWHD do most of the training if i remember correctly.

    i am traveling again next week but I believe myself and two of my guys will be signing up to take the OS101 when I get back.

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  • mubix
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    You could always take the training that they offer: http://www.offensive-security.com/

    They also have some great videos on that page as well.

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  • xor
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    Originally posted by DaKahuna View Post
    If you are serious about wanting to learn BackTrack3 check out the Offensive Security 101 course from www.offensive-security.com. From what I have been told this is a great course and is run by the guys behind BT3. As part of the course you not only get instructional .PDF files but video's as well and access to their on-line lab so you can do the exercises in the course materials without having to make a huge investment in a home lab.

    If wireless is your thing, I recently successfully completed their WiFu course and certification exam and can highly recommend that for someone who wants to get a deeper understanding of how wireless works as well as how to use the aircrack-ng suite (airmon-ng, airodump-ng, airreplay-ng, etc.)
    So you liked it a lot? I want to take both. Was it you who introduced me to the trainer at Defcon; I forget.

    xor

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  • DaKahuna
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    If you are serious about wanting to learn BackTrack3 check out the Offensive Security 101 course from www.offensive-security.com. From what I have been told this is a great course and is run by the guys behind BT3. As part of the course you not only get instructional .PDF files but video's as well and access to their on-line lab so you can do the exercises in the course materials without having to make a huge investment in a home lab.

    If wireless is your thing, I recently successfully completed their WiFu course and certification exam and can highly recommend that for someone who wants to get a deeper understanding of how wireless works as well as how to use the aircrack-ng suite (airmon-ng, airodump-ng, airreplay-ng, etc.)

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  • DJ Jackalope
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    Don't run into Mel Gibson.

    Originally posted by Greyhatter View Post
    Wha? May God help you drive that buggie though Ohio then. You'll fill all the digital photo cards for sure if you're not run off the road first. ;~)

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  • Greyhatter
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    Originally posted by streaker69 View Post
    I also recently converted to Judism so I'm JewAfriAmishAmerican
    Wha? May God help you drive that buggie though Ohio then. You'll fill all the digital photo cards for sure if you're not run off the road first. ;~)

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  • streaker69
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    Originally posted by xor View Post
    Fo shizzle my nizzle

    xor

    What people don't know is that Streaker69 is actually African American Amish. The worlds first. Afri-amish.
    I also recently converted to Judism so I'm JewAfriAmishAmerican

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  • DJ Jackalope
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    Xor and streaker, I just laughed my nizzle off reading that post!


    Originally posted by xor View Post
    Fo shizzle my nizzle

    xor

    What people don't know is that Streaker69 is actually African American Amish. The worlds first. Afri-amish.

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  • xor
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    Re: What are the Top 5 BT3 programs to learn?

    Originally posted by streaker69 View Post
    You're only really ub3rl33t if you can crack da weps, since that is what it seems most of the younglings over at RE think that's all Backtrack is good for.
    Fo shizzle my nizzle

    xor

    What people don't know is that Streaker69 is actually African American Amish. The worlds first. Afri-amish.

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  • renderman
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    Metasploit is damn useful to learn

    The usual wireless tools are nice as well since all the patches are done for you.

    I'd just poke through the menu's and learn all I can from the README's and man pages for what's installed.

    Render

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  • streaker69
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    You're only really ub3rl33t if you can crack da weps, since that is what it seems most of the younglings over at RE think that's all Backtrack is good for.

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  • xor
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    Re: What are the Top 5 BT3 programs to learn?

    Originally posted by DJ Jackalope View Post
    I'm not even sure if you can say -only- 5 BT3 programs to learn, but from those of you who use it on a daily basis, what are the ones you find yourself loading on a constant rate?

    I am working to familiarize myself with the BT3 release and just want to make sure that I am concentrating on the right things.

    I know that there are many different genres of programs on there that obviously are designed to do different things. What are the best generic all around ones...I think, more specficially, is the second part of my question.

    thanks ahead of time...
    There are also many fine books written or co-written by folks you know on this list. You should check them out as they are an excellent starting point.

    xor

    PS If you have the $$$ you could always take the training. They are one of the better bargains out there. You might even already know the folks. Maybe you could work something out with them over time.
    Last edited by xor; October 11, 2008, 10:51.

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  • Thorn
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    You're welcome, Lope.

    Have fun with them. You might want to join the Heorot Net forums. Heorot is run by Thomas Wilhelm (aka Grendel on the DC Forums), the creator of the De-ICE CDs.

    In searching the net, I've actually found that there are several "DIY PenTest" targets. The De-ICE CDs are nice, because they're a "live CD", so it's just a matter of popping it in the CD drive of a PC and running them. The downside is that they are Linux only, due to the Windows licensing issues. However, there are some free DIY PenTest targets that are designed to be installed on a WinServer platform if you happen to have a license for an extra server or can get one someplace. Foundstone makes several in their "Hacme" series, including the Hacme Bank, Hacme Books and Hacme Travel.

    http://www.foundstone.com/us/resources-free-tools.asp

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  • DJ Jackalope
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    Holy wow, Thorn...
    that is a fabulous amount of information and a good starting point. Thank you so so much for your time and info!!!

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